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  • Sofia BENNANI & Alexandra SINGER-BIEDER, The Straw-k at the Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture. Detail.
    paris FRANCE

    Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture of Paris
    critics : David TAJCHMAN & Philipp EVERSMANN

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Sofia BENNANI & Alexandra SINGER-BIEDER: As part of the researches we made on an innovative material, baptized Straw-k, during our diploma, which consists of the assembly of plastic tubes by autogenous welding, this project was built to demonstrate the material qualities via a scale one installation. We tested the mechanical, lighting and acoustical capacities of the Straw-k and we imagined the full digital fabrication process, from the positioning stage to the melting stage and compared the results between digital and artisanal work.

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  • BUSAN OPERA HOUSE / OPERASCOPE
    paris FRANCE

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    david TAJCHMAN: Located in the North Port area of Busan, second largest city in the Republic of Korea, the New Opera House aims to bring the new maritime culture island a landmark character both at the city scale and at the international level. Surrounded by the sea, the city buildings and the mountains, “operascope” is conceptualized as a musical instrument and an observation machine. Dedicated to music and the seaside, the proposal is a vertical concept reaching 80 meters high and offering 360 degrees views on its surrounds. Expression of the sea sound, this sound body materializes air and water streams with its envelope.

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  • stealth museum
    paris FRANCE

    david TAJCHMAN: Slovenian lacework tradition-The external envelope uses a pattern shown in various treatments. Perforated, it works as a brise-soleil and filters natural light for exhibitions spaces. On grounds the same pattern is used but in relief, making surfaces non-slippery, especially on the walkable roof. The perforated material is also used in ceilings to hide artificial lighting and technical elements like air-conditioning and ventilation systems. The pixelated pattern is also used for signage in the entire museum.

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